Day 2 and 3 of our Delft3D Australia User Days focusses on modelling coastal, lagoon and estuarine systems. Presentations cover a broad spectrum from waves impact at the coast, to sediment transport to the advantages of modelling in 3D vs 2D. We will see presentation on lagoons, reefs, the impact of wave farms on the nearshore as well as the modelling of dredging plumes.
For your convenience, this webinar will take place:
16:00 – 18:00 (AEDT)
15:00 – 17:00 (AEST)
13:00 – 15:00 (AWST)
06:00 - 08:00 (CET, Delft time)
Keynote: “2D or not 2D: Is three-dimensional modelling required for passive dredging plume modelling?” by Paul Branson (CSIRO/WAMSI/UWA)
“Predicting nearshore effects of wave farms: Phase-averaged vs Phase resolving models” by Daniel R. David (UWA)
“Following Sediment Transport Pathways with SedTRAILS” by Stuart Pearson (Deltares)
“Wave and tide-driven flow at Mermaid Reef, Northwestern Australia” by Camille Grimaldi (UWA/ARC Center of excellence for coral reef studies)
“Lagoon Entrance Management, Erosion & Scour and Flood Mitigation" by Chris Scraggs (Cardno)
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